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Real Estate Videos
Did You Know New Home Listings With Real Estate Videos Generate More Buyer Inquiries?
It’s true. In one study, real estate listings using video received FOUR TIMES the response from potential buyers. Of course, there’s no guarantee every video listing will get that kind of results.
Real Estate Videos
Here’s an example—a condo listing in the Spire Building in Midtown Atlanta.
When the listing agent first called me about doing a real estate video, we talked about shooting the amenities as well.
Normally, I would have filmed the lobby of the building (it has a very cool retro look), plus the pool area, the exercise facilities, the common areas and community rooms.
For some reason, this particular building has a policy against that. They only let us film the unit itself. Still, everyone was happy with the end result. Using a slider and a jib, I was able to keep the camera moving throughout the tour.
The only tricky part—the unit was still occupied. The seller had started packing, and there were moving boxes stacked up all over the room. We had to keep moving them from one side of the room to the other, depending on the camera angle.
Mountain Home Video
Here’s another example—a segment I filmed in the North Carolina mountains.
Grand Highlands at Bearwallow Mountain is a luxury development located between Ashville and Hendersonville.
The homes there are mostly rustic and built in a range of styles, from mountain chalets to European cottages. And the mountaintop setting provides some spectacular views.
Once again, we kept the camera moving throughout the segment, utilizing sliders and an 8-foot jib, as well as aerial drone footage.
Thanks to Carl Amoth for letting us film inside his home, and for sharing his beautiful drone footage as well.